Addendum To Printed Catalogue
This property has been sold prior.
A rare opportunity to acquire a Freehold character Sandstone mews house.
The Mews was originally built as the Stables/gardeners accommodation to Knolle Park convent and was subsequently altered to become four mews houses. Built in sandstone the property comprises of a mews house fronting onto Church Road and constructed around a central courtyard.
The property has bags of potential and could easily be altered to any potential buyer's needs following a full upgrade and scheme of refurbishment works.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the size and it's potential.
Fronting Church Road in a prime suburban residential area of South Liverpool within walking distance to Woolton Village, Reynolds and Calderstones Park, schooling and approximately 5 miles south of Liverpool City Centre.
Ground floor 1 - Hallway, 2 Bedrooms (one with a dressing room) with spiral staircase leading to first floor.
Ground floor 2 - Hallway leading to a store with ensuite shower room/wc and staircase to first floor.
Landing, Shower room/WC, Study, Large open plan Lounge/Dining room, Kitchen.
Shared Court yard, 1 car parking space.
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